Flecktarn Camouflage Stencil Kit

9 reviews


Flecktarn Camouflage, also known as Fleckentarn, is a disruptive camouflage coming in 3, 4, 5, and 6 color variants.  The development of Flecktarn dates back to Germany in WWII, however the modern configuration wasn't widely introduced until 1990 when Germany was re-united after the fall of the Berlin Wall.  Today, many variations of the pattern are used by military's around the world.

  • Machine cut for clean lines and professional results
  • Heat resistant vinyl is great for flash curing & low temp bake cycles
  • Low Tach Adhesive (Non-reusable paint mask) prevents underspray
  • Stencils are perfect for use with Cerakote, DuraCoat, KG Gunkote, Krylon, and More!


Size Guide

* Note: The stencil shapes in both packs are the same scale.


Directions for best results

  • Spray Black color base coat
  • Apply stencil shapes (keep them grouped)
  • Spray Red color -Apply stencil shapes
  • Spray Grey color -Apply stencil shapes
  • Spray Yellow or Medium Green color (depends on the effect, country of origin, or year of pattern you are trying to replicate)
  • Apply stencil shapes -Spray Green color
  • Remove all camouflage stencils




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4.9 Based on 9 Reviews
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    Excellent Stencils

    I've used this stencil set extensively now. Slight learning curve on pattern overlap and placement, but with each successive gun I've painted, I've gotten better at it. First and foremost, even if buying the rifle kit for a small rifle, it wont be enough, at least not for proper flecktarn pattern. So, either buy two kits, or use an exact-o knife on the boarders and unused sections of the leftover stencil material to generate more coverage. That and study the actual pattern and use what you see for the actual stencil layout. I ignored the numbering on the sheets of stencils and went by eye next to flecktarn BDU's. Specifically with respect to proper flecktarn, there is a LOT of overlap/coverage with your first 4 colors and if you don't do it right, your fifth and final color (light green for traditional or sand for tropentarn/arid flecktarn) will end up compromising %40+ of the final finish and darker color overlap wont look right, which makes the paint job not look that great next to the actual camo. If I could post picture here of the first AK I did vs the third gun I did I would for photographic representation. Just keep hard the lines and corners from your "custom" cut additionals on the overlap of currently placed stencils. And study the actual pattern for overlap and placement styles. I also opted to just rattlecan. Without going into specifics, only cerakote is proper permanent and duracoat is more oil resistant but wears just like rattle can so the added baking and cooling process and cost was not worth it in my books. However, because I didn't bake the stencils, I reused them to paint 8 mags for each gun twice over (16 mags) as the adhesive remained after removal from the painted gun. So, three rounds of painting prior to disposal is worth the price in my books. Be sure to properly clean and then de-oil the surfaces prior to stencil placement and then only used latex gloves to handle the stencils/gun though to unsure proper paint adhesion and prevent premature breakdown of the stencil adhesive. Below are links (if this will work) comparing the first and third time I did the patterns. Traditional flecktarn (green) was done with only the stencils provided while the 5 color tropentarn (tan) was done by creating my own additional to maximize coverage and overlap. The green had too much light green leftover on the final coat and didn't maximize overlap and thus doesn't match as well with the actual camo. The results speak for themselves on the tropentarn. https://i.imgur.com/XM1aDUh.jpg https://i.imgur.com/dlkFpGe.jpg

    Benjiman M.
    United States United States

    I've used these Flektarn stencils multiple times and the end result is always great. In fact I've had friends and acquaintances ask me to Cerakote their rifles with these stencils after seeing mine. High quality, easily applied (the transfer paper helps a lot with some of the larger pattern pieces due to their size and complexity), and provides a very dense pattern unlike other supposed Flektarn patterns that look like simple blobs without much variation in size or complexity.